From Garrison's Guns is x1 AR15 Freedom Edition in Flat Dark Earth Stripped AR-15 Lower Reciever.
This must be sent to an FFL dealer, this IS a firearm
Same materials and workmanship as our regular lower Shipped with the Pictured Engraving on Flat Dark Earth FDE
Tennessee Arms Company is proud to bring to the market our light-weight, incredibly strong, AR-15 style lower receiver.
Manufactured from a fiber-reinforced Nylon blend with extreme resiliency. Using a patent-pending technology, Marine-Grade Brass inserts are permanently molded into the receivers at the Grip Screw & Buffer Area. These metal threaded inserts increase durability without sacrificing weight savings of the composite bodies. Colors are injected throughout the receiver during molding thus eliminating the worry for a scratched or marred finish.The end result is a sturdy receiver that is light to carry without compromising functionality.
Sporting a redesigned bolt catch area, a repositioned buffer retainer, and all the upgrades from previous models, this design is optimal. Enhancements are from customer-expressed opinions that we valued & then turned back into our product. Our receivers are constructed to accept any quality mil-spec Lower Parts Kit. With an unmatched versatility for parts, customers are pleased when the builds are completed. Tennessee Arms Company is unceasing in our efforts to improve our design for our customers' future builds.
ALL TN ARMS CO Products come with a lifetime guarantee. We stand behind our products 100%. We believe the finest way to show this is through impeccable customer service which includes a warranty that stands firm. We invented the hybrid lower receiver, and we work continuously to keep it second-to-none.
Nylon 6-6 Body
Marine Grade Brass inserts in Buffer Tower and Pistol Grip
Lifetime Warranty against Breakage or Failure
5.6 Ounces Stripped
Federal law requires that you be 21 years or age or older to purchase a stripped receiver or frame. Even if a frame or receiver can only be made into a long gun (rifle or shotgun), it is still a frame or receiver not a handgun or long gun. However, they still are "firearms" by definition, and subject to the same GCA limitations as any other firearms.